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If implied volatility remains at 24.05% the option premium will be $8.43.
I determined the premium by using the options calculator at
First I entered the option symbol OQVAJ, clicked the radio button "Option symbol", then clicked on "GO". That got me the values as of Friday's close. Then I increased the price to 54.37, decreased the days to expiration to 522 and clicked on "Calculate".
The problem is that implied volatility (IV) is likely to change in the next month. If IV dropped to 20.05% the option premium would be $7.51. If IV increased to 28.05% the option premium would be $9.35.
To estimate the future price of an option you have to estimate IV as well as the time until expiration and price of the underlying stock.
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As a seller, it means absolutely nothing for sellers in their cash account.
It is the coding that is in the order entry system, but it is intended for sellers of the stock that may have remaining postions in their margin account or for buyers in the stock.
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No question of 10% or 20%.
You have to fill Short-term (others) (A6 of Schedule CG)
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The Comex probably sells historical option data. If it's not that old (you don't say what year the expiration was) then it's still available on Bloomberg. If you want just a few days data then it's available from Investors Business Daily, which you can find at your local library.
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Well as long as you are not buying on margin you don't need to worry about it.
If you are buying on margin, then their may be different margin requirements for that particular stock. Ameritrade might think that the stock is too volatile and thus only allow you to buy 20% of your account's value on margin instead of the usual 50% (or something like that).
If you plan to buy the stock on margin call Ameritrade and ask about the special requirements.